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Sunday, December 2 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
ESPN-Judaism: Breaking Down the Separation of Shul and Sport

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Chances are your zayde can tell you the entire lineup of the 1952 New York Yankees, and your Rabbi may have cried when his beloved Boston Celtics fell to the Heat in the playoffs. What's the deal with the ongoing Jewish love affair with the world of sports, and how can we use it to engage sports fans in Jewish life in the 21st century?


Lex Rofes

Lex Rofes is a Senior in Judaic Studies at Brown. He is the President of Brown RISD Hillel and serves on the Hillel International Board. He thinks that Judaism and fun need not be mutually exclusive and does not identify with any one Jewish denomination. A Milwaukeean, he has boundless love for the Green Bay Packers and Marquette Golden Eagles.

Sunday December 2, 2012 3:45pm - 4:45pm
CR 11

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